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The Prince of Egypt

Tickets for The Prince of Egypt

Dominion Theatre (London)
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Based on the much-loved animated Dreamworks 1995 film, The Prince of Egypt comes to the West End this February and will transport you to the rolling sands of Egypt! Recreating the well-known biblical story of Moses, the Prince of Egypt is a captivating tale which is even more powerful and moving live on stage! 

Brought to you by the three-time Academy Award-winner Stephen Shwartz (Wicked), this enchanting production of the Prince of Egypt will not disappoint with its spectacular set designs, incredible choreography and spine-tingly musical score, including the Academy award-winning song When you believe. Buy your tickets now for this must-see musical! 

  • Running time: 2 hours 40 minutes  
  • Recommended age: 7+ 

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Plot

The epic tale begins with baby Moses, who was born a child of Israel, abandoned by his mother in a wicker basket floating down the river Nile. Discovered by the Pharaoh‘s wife and taken into their home, Moses is brought up in a privileged household alongside his brother, Ramses. While the pair become best friends and form a close bond, the truth of their past comes back to haunt them and when one becomes the ruler of Egypt, the other the leader of the people, their lives are changed forever.      
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The Prince of Egypt Tickets 2021

The Prince of Egypt ticket prices range from £23.50 to £166.75. Depending on where you sit in the theatre, the prices vary greatly. 

Type of TicketPremium Ticket PriceDominion Access ListFull Price
Dark yellow£149.50£149.50
Light yellow£129.50£129.50
Orange £99.50£99.50
Red-£79.50£79.50
Blue-£69.50£69.50
Purple-£49.50£49.50
Pink-£39.50£39.50
Lilac -£29.50£29.50
Green-£19.50£19.50

Box Office charges: £2.50

Care of Box Office: £2.50

Post: £2.50

Where should I sit in the Dominion Theatre?

The Dominion Theatre has an enormous capacity of 2075 seats. The theatre is divided into the Circle and the Stalls which both have a range of quality in seating. The best seats in the house can be found at the front of the Circle and the front of the Stalls but not too close to the stage. There are also excellent seats in the middle of the Stalls. 


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Cheap Tickets and Discounts

If you are looking for better value tickets, we recommend that you look at seats at the back of the circle and at the sides of the theatre. Whilst these seats have slightly restricted viewing, they are much cheaper. 

 
Group tickets  

If you are in a group of 10 people or more, you can enjoy the following group discounts: 

If you are in a group of 10 people or more, you can receive a group discounts. 

 

Mon – Thurs Off Peak (10-24 tickets) 

Monday – Thursday performances (incl. Thursday matinee) 

Bands A-B reduced to £41, Bands C and below reduced to £30 

  

Mon – Thurs Off Peak (25+ tickets) 

Monday – Thursday performances (incl. Thursday matinee) 

Bands A-B reduced to £34, Bands C and below reduced to £26 

  

Above discounts are not valid during peak periods  April 6-18, May 25-30, and July 27-September 1st 2020. 

  

Friday + Peak Performances (10-24 tickets) 

Friday performances (off peak) and Monday – Friday performances (peak) (incl. Thursday matinee) 

Bands A-B reduced to £44, Bands C and below reduced to £37 

  

Education Discounts 10+ 

Monday to Thursday performances Bands A and B are  reduced to £24 and Bands C and below reduced to £21 

Education discounts not valid April 6-18,May 25-30, July 27-1September 2020 

  

Remember that the above discounts not valid in peak periods  April 6-18, May 25-30, and July 27-September 1st 2020. 



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The Dominion Theatre London

How do I get to the Dominion Theatre?

You can either take public transport or park near the theatre. However, given that it is in central London, we recommend that you take public transport as this is much easier. The full address for the Dominion Theatre is: 

 

268-269 Tottenham Court Road, 

London 

W1T 7AQ 

 
  • Tube: the closest tube station is Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central); it is immediately outside of the theatre. Leicester Square tube station is also only a 6 minute walk away.  
 
  • Bus: 7, 10, 14, 24, 29, 134, 242 all stop outside Tottenham Court Road. 
 
  • Car: Congestion zone charges apply since the theatre is inside London’s congestion zone. The nearest car park is the NCP Adeline Place Car park on Great Russell Street. Parking costs £25 for a 2-4 hour stay.  
 

Access  

If you are in need of access seating please contact the Access line at the Dominion theatre who will be able to discuss wheelchair space and access when you arrive. Please call 0207 927 0929 

A member of staff is there to assist you and serve you drinks at all times. Transfers are also available and staff are happy to store wheelchairs during the performance.  

  • Accessing the theatre  

The theatre is opposite Tottenham Court Road tube station which is fully accessible for wheelchair users. There is a drop off point next to the theatre. Inside the theatre, there is step-free access to bars and the Box office.  

  • Inside the theatre  

The Stalls are accessible with a platform lift. The access seats inside the theatre are Stalls YY50, Stalls ZZ50. 

 
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Dates and Showtimes

Showtimes 

The Prince of Egypt is showing every evening apart from Sunday 19:30 as well as Saturday 14:30.  

Dates

The Prince of Egypt is currently not running but will resume again shortly.

 
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FAQ

What songs are in the Prince of Egypt?

The main songs in the Prince of Egypt are “When You Believe”, “"Deliver Us", "The Reprimand", “Following Tzipporah”, “All I Ever Wanted”, “Goodbye Brother”, “Through Heaven’s Eyes”, “The Burning Bush”, “Playing with the Big Boys”, “Cry”, “Rally”, “The Plagues”, “Death of the First Born”, “When You Believe”, “Red Sea”, “Through Heaven’s Eyes”, “River Lullaby”, “Humanity”

How long is the Prince of Egypt the musical?

The Prince of Egypt the musical is 2 hours 40 minutes long

What is the Prince of Egypt the Musical about?

Based on the animated Disney film, The Prince of Egypt follows the story of Moses, who, left by the side of the river Nile, is discovered by the Pharaoh's wife. Taken in by the Pharaoh's family, Moses grows up alongside Rames and despite them forming a close bond at the beginning, their paths go different ways. 

Who is in the cast of the Prince of Egypt the Musical?

Luke Brady as Moses, Liam Tamne as Ramses, Christine Allado as Tzipporah, Alexia Khadime as Miriam, Joe Dixon as Seti, Debbie Kurup as Queen Tuya, Gary Wilmot as Jethro, Adam Pearce as Hotep, Tanisha Spring as Nefertari, Silas Wyatt-Barke as Aaron, and Mercedesz Csampai as Yocheved. Completing the cast is Rounding out the cast will be Simbi Akande, Casey Al-Shaqsy, Joe Atkinson, Danny Becker, Felipe Bejarano, Pàje Campbell, Adam Filipe, Soophia Foroughi, Natalie Green, Jack Harrison-Cooper, Rachael Ireson, KaleneJeans, Christian Knight, Jessica Lee, Oliver Lidert, Jay Marsh, Scott Maurice, Carly Miles, Sam Oladeinde, Alice Readie, Christopher Short, Ricardo Walker, Danny Williams, Niko Wirachman, and Sasha Woodward.


Where is the Prince of Egypt showing in London?

The Prince of Egypt is showing at the Dominion Theatre in London.

Is the Prince of Egypt going on tour?

No, the Prince of Egypt is not currently going on a UK tour.

Who wrote the Prince of Egypt the Musical?

The three-time Academy Award-winner Stephen Shwartz (Wicked).

Who directed the Prince of Egypt the Musical?

The Prince of Egypt the Musical was directed by Scott Schwartz. 

When did the Prince of Egypt the Musical first premier?

The Prince of Egypt the Musical first premiered on the 6th October 2017 at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Mountain View, California. 

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The Prince of Egypt

Dominion Theatre

268-269 Tottenham Court Rd, Fitzrovia, London W1T 7AQ, London1

1NOTE: approximate address. The only address that is completely valid is the one shown on the tickets

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